The University of Oxford is home to more than 700 full-degree undergraduates from European countries. We seek to recruit the most academically gifted students from the continent.
Our students receive an intensive education, including our distinctive tutorials, and are taught by academic leaders in their field. Colleges provide multidisciplinary communities within which students are supported and intellectually challenged, and have the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life and many different countries.
We had a very interesting and informative time. We were pleased to hear about things like the personal statement and teachers' reference which are completely unknown in Denmark and we need all the good advice we can get.
Our activity in your area
The Student Recruitment Team's main activity in Europe is in late April and May, when we embark on our European Tour. This tour aims to provide information, advice and guidance to teachers and college counsellors, students and their parents about opportunities to study at the University of Oxford. Most of our activity is centred around school visits. In each region, a school is invited to host the presentation for other schools and individuals from the local area. In the year 2015/16 we visited 15 countries, 22 cities and 26 schools.
Oxford University Open Days
The University of Oxford holds open days each year in the summer and in September. The University open days are a great way to find out more about the University, its colleges and departments.
For more information about our open days and to find out if you need to register for events please visit our open days webpages.
Alice Parrott is your contact for European Student Recruitment. Alice has been working in the field of education and training for a number of years and has considerable experience of working with students and supporting them with their university applications.
The best way to find out more about the University of Oxford is to attend one of our information sessions. However, if you aren't able to attend, then it may be possible to meet individually whilst a representative is in your country or you are in Oxford. If you would like to get in touch please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to hear more about the University and our activities, please sign up to our International Teachers and Counsellors' mail list here.